Acute Care Hospitals
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BANNER-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER TUCSON CAMPUS

1501 NORTH CAMPBELL AVENUE, TUCSON, AZ 85724
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About BANNER-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER TUCSON CAMPUS

1501 NORTH CAMPBELL AVENUE
TUCSON, AZ 85724

Banner - University Medical Center Tucson in Tucson, Arizona, is nationally recognized for exceptional patient care, teaching future health care professionals and ...

Banner-University Medical Center Tucson Campus is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Pima County, AZ.

Banner-University Medical Center Tucson Campus does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Banner-University Medical Center Tucson Campus is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions

Reviews

My 87 year old dad has been in the hospital for seven days and we could not be more pleased with the level of service and professionalism. The surgery went well and the after care has been phenomenal. The nurses are friendly, thorough, responsive and caring. We have since heard from other doctors that if they end up as a patient in any Tucson area hospital, they would demand Banner. (a month ago)

My son has been in and out of Banner Tucson for the past two years. He has multiple very serious issues culminating in a two organ transplant. He has had excellent care. The 5E transplant unit staff are superb. His journey continues. Could Banner improve? For sure. Housekeeping is less than excellent. Finance makes mistakes but corrects them. But... the medical staff is excellent and very attentive. That is what matters. (2 weeks ago)

I started experiencing severe chest pains under my left breast yesterday and my blood pressure was high. When the pain started to go down my left arm, my husband took me immediately to the hospital. They took me back immediately where they did an EMG. There were no beds available so they put me in a room with others who were also waiting to be seen. It actually was a great way to calm down and think about other people and try and help them to not feel so anxious or scared. The nurses kept coming back to make sure we were okay and took people back as beds opened up. I ended up sitting in the hall by the restroom because I was feeling light headed. The nurses kept checking on me and running my stats to make sure I was okay. Being in that spot allowed me to see the workings of the Triage Unit. I was very impressed with the care and skill that each person showed to all the patients. By the time I left the hospital, I felt like I was the most important person that had come in because of the care they took with me. I know they treated everyone the same way. I want to give a wholehearted THANK YOU to each of them, even the ambulance EMTs and Paramedics, they all were very professional and kept their cools and treated each patient with the concern and care needed. God bless all of you and I am grateful you are in Tucson! (3 weeks ago)

I was there recently. They did nothing for me, but charge me. The room I was in was dirty, the trash can was over flowing with trash. They had a me sitting in a chair was so uncomfortable it didn't help my stomach pain , which was my chief complaint. There was an patient sitting there for over 10 hours. For that I should have gone across the border. Now I have to go to another hospital and get charged again. The nurses were just doing their job. Very dissatisfied. Hopefully I don't have to go there again. (2 months ago)

Waited 10 hours before the doctor was able to determined what was going on.The person i took had labs, and all looked great, and it only takes about an hour for results. Now, 10 hours? Really? That's insane! Thank goodness it was not a life-threatening situation! Shouldn't be called emergency room. Because its NOT emergency care. Maybe care physicians? Life-threatening situations should honestly go elsewhere. (2 months ago)

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